With that said, I searched high and low for a gingham item for Mia. Finding items for me was a walk in the park. It was as though every store I went into had flashing neon lights that would lead me towards anything with the print. We all know that when it comes to trends, I like to keep the spending to a minimum. Let’s face it — when it comes to anything, I don’t like spending too much money on an item. I have to really love it in order for me to splurge on it. I’ve always been a quantity type of girl when it comes to my clothes + shoes + bags. With Mia’s clothes, I am the same way. It doesn’t help that since she’s a growing girl, some of her pieces get worn a couple of times before she officially outgrows it. So there I was, searching for dresses, tops, skirts – preferably dresses because that’s what she likes to wear — and most of the items that I found where priced above $30. It wasn’t until I came across a store called BFG online (I believe they’re based in China) that I finally found her dress. The only downside is that shipping takes about a month, so Mia and I had to wait a while before we could do our twinning, mommy & me look. And once we finally did, I chose this “breezy” dress from SheIn to match with her. Now, I just need to find a gingham print top for hubs. But that’s not the hardest part – it’s getting him to wear it out to match us that’s challenging.
I can’t help but laugh at the last picture. That’s the beauty of taking pictures with the little ones. When they’re tired of it, they shut down. She was about to shut down. Haha!
Here are the outfit details:
Shoes: Old Navy